Tyler McVicker, who formerly operated under the channel name “Valve News Network” claims to have information on numerous upcoming titles including Fallout New Vegas 2, Nintendo’s 21-22 Lineup of releases, Back for Blood and upcoming Bethesda releases.
Tyler McVicker, previously known as Valve News Network, is a reputed leaker who always hits the mark when it comes to Valve games. On 18th January, he rebranded his channel to focus on non-valve leaks. A section of the video titled ‘A Preview of the Future’ states all the info he has about the gaming industry.
Here’s a gist of info that McVicker claims to have and lined-up for upcoming videos.
- Nintendo Super Switch
- Nintendo’s plans for Mario’s 35th Anniversary
- Nintendo’s plans for Zelda’s 35th Anniversary
- Nintendo’s tentative 2021 & 2022 release timeline
- The Outer Worlds DLC 2
- Obsidian’s recently announced Elder Scrolls Killer: Avowed
- Black For Blood
- Doom Eternal DLC 2
- Fallout 76
- Star Field
- Fallout New Vegas 2
- The Frontier
- Nintendo Gigaleague
- Elder Scrolls 6
- Valve’s next VR game, codenamed Citadel
- Source 2
- A multi-episode documentary on canned Portal Sequel
As you may have noticed, a majority of non-valve stuff is based on either Nintendo or Bethesda. That’s because Tyler also made videos on Bethesda News Network and Nintendo News Network until he converged all three of his channel under the name Tyler McVicker.
Tyler started his channel back in July 2011 as a medium to channelize his obsession with Valve’s games. The goal was simple, organize all the information on Valve’s upcoming titles in a simple, coherent manner for those who were excited about Valve, but didn’t have the time to dig through the details. Tyler further explains the groundwork for the channel was laid in 2009 and he worked tirelessly for a decade growing the channel.
McVicker is a reputable leaker who has always hit the homerun when it came to Valve leaks. His Bethesda and Nintendo leaks were 9/10 times on point, but this is the first time he’s treading beyond his specialization. So, it should be taken with a grain of salt.